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Bowie was posing in a promotional shoot for his final album, Blackstar . "I've got scars that can't be seen". Blackstar looks certain to hold on to the number one spot in the album charts on Friday after it was released on January 8 - Bowie's 69th birthday.
  • Powerball jackpot increases to $1.5 billion

    Powerball jackpot increases to $1.5 billion

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    Nationally, Powerball has produced 316 second-tier winners of $1  million  or $2  million  in the past year. Oh, and don't forget to check your ticket in the morning. You'd have a better chance (33 percent) of sharing with one other person or even two other people (25 percent). The  first  thing you should do upon winning the lottery? Don't make investments.
  • Deontay Wilder, Artur Szpilka almost have pre-fight scuffle

    Deontay Wilder, Artur Szpilka almost have pre-fight scuffle

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    The featured bouts air on Showtime in the United States. "The fans are going to be very excited and impressed with what I do this year", he said. Wilder sports an ideal 34-0 record and many have him lined up to fight Tyson Fury, who just claimed the World Heavyweight title from Wladimir Klitschko by unanimous decision in November of past year.
  • Samsung Galaxy S7 5.7 Inched Variant Leaked

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    In the same piece of news, it's worth mentioning that the tipster also confirmed the screen size of both smartphones and the fact that they will come with microSD card slot. It must be noted that many potential customers expressed their disappointment over the lack of it on the Note 5, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, and Galaxy S6 edge+.
  • Netflix to block users from bypassing country restrictions

    Netflix to block users from bypassing country restrictions

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    For example, many TV shows are available on the United States version of Netflix that are shown exclusively on Foxtel in Australia. Nonetheless, the post reads somewhat apologetically. In a flawless world where licensing wasn't an issue, they would be able to distribute the same content all across the globe, but since that's not the case we'll just have to settle for the new original content.
  • What top GOP hopefuls need to do in Thursday's SC debate

    What top GOP hopefuls need to do in Thursday's SC debate

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    The ad also played footage of a Bush supporter who said Trump's criticism of the disabled reporter had inspired him to get behind the former governor. "So Ben Carson's day has come and gone". Tonight will be one of his final opportunities to demonstrate that he continues to have a pulse in this race.
  • Only 1 Powerball sign in state of Tennessee is correct

    Only 1 Powerball sign in state of Tennessee is correct

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    The current estimated amount for a win is $1.4 billion. A winner's heirs may choose to cash in an annuity and then pay taxes on the money, but that's a choice they must make. "If you get that kind of money for paying $2, that's like getting it for free". By comparison, California Gov. Jerry Brown last week proposed a $122.6 billion general fund budget for the nation's most populous state .
  • GOP Presidential Candidates To Debate On Main Stage In South Carolina

    GOP Presidential Candidates To Debate On Main Stage In South Carolina

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    Cruz  is personally disliked by many of his colleagues on Capitol Hill. As  Cruz  snatched the lead in some Iowa polls, Trump called Cruz's eligibility for president into question nearly every day since last week. "And so they're doing everything they can to amplify Donald's attacks", he  said . However, just days ahead of Thursday's debate,  Cruz  has finally started to show his first public signs of impatience.
  • SpaceX releases new, more detailed footage of last month's dramatic rocket landing

    SpaceX releases new, more detailed footage of last month's dramatic rocket landing

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    Even though both the times rocket came very close to its rocket stage hit, but due to coming in too hard, it toppled and exploded on the deck of the ship, reported Discovery News . A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration weather satellite is set to lift off Sunday, as part of an ongoing global effort to measure the physical features of the ocean surfaces.
  • Shades' Jamie Dornan nominated for a Golden Raspberry

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    The winners of the tongue-in-cheek ceremony, which celebrates the worst of Hollywood , will be announced on February 27, the night before the Oscars. Fellow nominee Johnny Depp is nominated for Mortdecai , and a Worst Screen Combo nomination for his "glued-on moustache" in the movie. While far less star-studded than other award shows, past recipients such as Halle Berry and Sandra Bullock, have actually shown up in person to claim their gold spray-painted prizes.
  • Best cars of the Detroit Auto Show 2016

    Best cars of the Detroit Auto Show 2016

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    As we've been saying since its introduction, this is likely a good indicator on what the next-gen LS flagship will look like. USA sales of the electric Nissan Leaf dropped 43 percent past year. "From developing lightweight manufacturing materials to pioneering connected and autonomous vehicle communications systems, the American auto industry is shaping the way we will get around for decades to come".
  • Coronado Waters Wash up Poisonous Sea Snake

    Coronado Waters Wash up Poisonous Sea Snake

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    According to a news advisory from the city of Coronado, the appearance of yet another yellow-bellied sea snake is "a sign of warming ocean temperatures and El Niño conditions". Sea snake venom can cause damage to skeletal muscle. Although it is extremely rare to see this type of snake along the California coast, another one was seen on the shores of Huntington Beach on December 12.
  • Record Breaking Powerball Jackpot Leads To Record Breaking Commissions!

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    The next Powerball drawing for the estimated $1.5 BILLION dollar jackpot will be 10:59 p.m. Wednesday. Their tickets matched four of the white ball numbers plus the Powerball . "People are buying hundreds at a time". By making it harder to win a jackpot, the tougher odds made the ever-larger prizes inevitable. If you take the cash option, which is what most people do, you'd end up with $ 868 million .
  • Volkswagen Sued by US Justice Department in Diesel-Emissions Scandal

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    Diess said the company has reached an agreement with European regulators to update software on VW cars across the continent. The suit is the latest legal salvo against Volkswagen, which acknowledged in September that some of its light-duty diesel vehicles had been equipped with software that thwarted emissions-control tests.
  • The 20 Most Important Cars of the 2016 Detroit Auto Show

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    Ford and  Google  announced  a partnership  that could speed up the official arrival of fully autonomous cars. First, we rang in the new year with a slew of techie debuts at 2016 International CES in Las Vegas. Partners in the venture include Creative Many Michigan, formerly  ArtServe Michigan;   Middle West , which creates event-driven, pop-up environments of Michigan-made products;  Start Garden , which invests in startups; and  Opportunity Detroit .
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Hellcat confirmed in Detroit

    Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Hellcat confirmed in Detroit

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    The price difference between a Charger SRT 392 and a Charger Hellcat is approximately $16,000, and that markup would put a Hellcat-powered Grand Cherokee at $80,895. The Grand Cherokee SRT is one of the most popular SRT models, so a Hellcat version would make sense. Apparently that's all it took to get the scoop on the long-rumored Jeep Grand Cherokee Hellcat, as Jeep brand head Mike Manley outright confirmed - on camera - that the so-called Track Hawk will be coming before the end of 2017.
  • Canadians Traveling To US Border To Buy Powerball Tickets

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    It's the biggest jackpot in history and Canadians are eligible to win. The odds of winning Powerball are 1 in 292.2 million. And if you feel like your gambling is getting out of control, there is a 1-800 number on the back of every lottery ticket you can call for help.
  • Check those Powerball tickets for secondary prizes

    Check those Powerball tickets for secondary prizes

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    The odds of winning the jackpot are long - 1 in 292 million - but eventually someone or several people in places where Powerball is played will capture the jackpot. The historic Powerball jackpot jumped again ahead of tonight's drawing. The latest victor story shows that it does not matter how many tickets you buy.
  • Powerball jackpot remains at $1.5 billion

    Powerball jackpot remains at $1.5 billion

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    The $1.5 billion prize would be paid in annual payments over 29 years. "I've never bought one". Then another, a red ball, is picked from a drum of 26 red balls. Some residents think the odds of 1 in 292 million are a little too steep for their liking. Don't toss your ticket! Powerball tickets are sold in 44 states, Washington, D.C., the U.S.
  • Trump Returns to N.H. for Daytime Rally

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    Donald Trump and Ted Cruz appear on stage at the CNN Republican Presidential Debate in Simi Valley, California on September 16, 2015. Yes, Trump's proudly politically incorrect statements appeal to many; as the Wall Street Journal's Daniel Henninger has pointed out, Trump has "popped the valves on pressure that's been building in the US, piece by politically correct piece, for 25 years".
  • Microsoft warning as millions left unaware of major Windows security flaw

    Microsoft warning as millions left unaware of major Windows security flaw

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    PC users who have not updated Internet Explorer in a while will need to do so now, as  Microsoft officially cuts support  for versions 8, 9 and 10 on Tuesday. Those were, however,  Internet Explorer's  golden days and the browser has since then become the butt of jokes in the Internet community. "If you do not want to upgrade to IE 11, you can disable the update that requires you to upgrade to IE 11", Hassan writes.
  • David Bowie memorial concert set for Carnegie Hall

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    The death of David Bowie has people mourning worldwide, and local connections are emerging. On January 9, Bowie marked his 69th birthday with the release of a new album, " Blackstar ", with critics giving the thumbs up to the latest work in a long and innovative career.
  • Powerball reaches world record $1.5 billion

    Powerball reaches world record $1.5 billion

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    Powerball tickets are $2 each and can be played in 44 states including MA. The odds of hitting the jackpot on a single ticket are one in 292.2 million. Religious beliefs have posed a barrier in Alabama, Mississippi and Utah. The idea always fails in Hawaii. Based on 2014 U.S. Census figures, those odds would be one in 317 million.
  • Powerball Jackpot Swells to $1.5 Billion, Largest in History

    Powerball Jackpot Swells to $1.5 Billion, Largest in History

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    The huge jackpot has forced many convenience stores to bring in extra clerks to keep lines moving, hoping that people wanting Powerball tickets will decide to also buy a snack or something else in the store. The firm's study also shows that since 2002, mega-jackpots have been comparably rare, with about 70 percent offering a top prize of less than $100 million.
  • Legal issues to know about before that Powerball office pool

    Legal issues to know about before that Powerball office pool

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    With  more  familiar faces coming in to purchase lottery tickets, Ebaristo says he'd much rather focus on the potential of  someone  winning than the potential of  someone  taking from him. If they take Powerball's cash option of $930 million, the 5 percent state withholding tax would come to roughly $46.5 million, according to Teja. "I'm glad it's going for a good cause", Ashley Scaife said.
  • Trump Takes Jabs at Clinton, Sanders on 'The Tonight Show'

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    Ms. Clinton's new strategy refocuses attention on Mr Sanders as she tries to win Iowa, a state she came third in during her first presidential campaign in 2008, a loss to Mr Obama she never recovered from. The RealClearPolitics average of polls shows Sanders leading Clinton by 6.2 points in the state. Clinton's odds of winning New Hampshire are only 16%.